10 Takeaways from ‘When They See Us’

By Jayla Johnson If you are looking for a good Netflix suggestion, When They See Us is definitely the right move to make. This series was an eye opener and great educational piece. This is a story full of upset, failure with the legal system, and racial profiling of minorities. When They See Us tells…

I’m Afraid To Have Children

By Jayla Johnson I have always wanted the typical dream of a loving and devoted husband, big house, lavish car, and most of all-children. When I start thinking about having my future children, I think about the possibility of not even being here to feed them, clothe them, and watch them pass their many milestones…

DO WHAT MAKES YOU HAPPY!!!

By Dara Carr As I am traveling through my junior year, I have come to realize two things: Life is too short to do be doing something you can’t see yourself doing in the future or for the rest of your life. You can’t go through life half-assing everything. I had the first as I…

“I’m the Girl You Know”

January 2019, Lifetime began to air a special series titled “Surviving R. Kelly”. Because of R. Kelly’s status throughout the music industry and in the black community, it created a lot of buzz. You and a lot of other people took to Twitter and other social media platforms to state and discuss your opinions on…

One Goal

By Sydney Gibbs Ever since its debut in 2014, the College Football Playoff has served as a knockout tournament between four teams of the Football Bowl Subdivision to determine the National Champion. The goal has always been to put the four best teams in. It’s been reiterated time after time. However, that goal hasn’t lived…

Discomforts of the 8%

By Tylar Norman You know that feeling when you walk into a room full of people, and there is no where left to sit. You are actively looking, but there is no room for you. The room is crowded, uncomfortable, and everyone stops and stares at you…as if you have intruded. Sometimes as 1 of…

Fatigue and the College Student

By Kamaya Brantley Imagine this scenario. You wake up early every morning to go to class. Then, off to work immediately after classes. Depending on the day, you may have to go to your second job immediately after your first one. When you finally get off work for the day, you have to go to…

There is Still Hope

By Arianna Marks If you are a fan for any Georgia team, you know it can become difficult to root for them. During recent years, Georgia teams were points either a play away from becoming champions, or at the bottom of the barrel in their respective sports. Sometimes you can pinpoint what went wrong, other…

A Win for Women in Politics

By Yana Obiekwe With the 2018 Midterm elections coming to a closes, it is always nice to reflect on what progress in change, if any, has been made. The United States has seen a great deal of change in their demographics in Congress across the country, but perhaps the newest group that is rapidly emerging…